When two tags follow each other
The radio industry has it rough, but will it really disappear? Let’s have a look. Today is National Radio Day. I think we need to talk about spoken-word radio first and foremost. I won’t deal with music broadcasting or commercial radio management, but with this broadcasting technology. You’ll notice that I didn’t mention information technology. In my humble opinion, these things have two different intentions that must not be confused. The former is intended to simply send a message, and the latter, to send a message with the intention of informing on a fact.
Us as humans cannot resist the urge to improve things in our own way. Sometimes that intention even goes as far as presenting an angle based on one’s own bias. As a result, the line between the regulated broadcast and the information becomes blurred and is generally condemned.
Logic would like us to limit ourselves to one source and that this source is subjected to total control to ensure the quality of the information, but don’t forget that this control is applied by humans, which only shifts the problem. The best thing is to let information fall into place and vary your broadcasting sources as much as possible.
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Last Updated on November 15, 2019 by Coach Danny